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    This recipe is total simplicity -- lightly smoked potatoes, perfumed with rosemary and olive oil.

    Recipe #225432

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A simple way to do pork on the outdoor grill or under the broiler in cooler weather.

    Recipe #218717

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Easy, tasty and a bit on the showy side if you want to impress your Mother-in-law. The serving size given is a party size. You'll want to put 5-6 cubes on a skewer for meal sized ones

    Recipe #198860

    9 Reviews |  By Annacia

    *EDIT* after several reviews general opinion says that it's NOT the real deal. Be that as it may I still think that it makes a fine flavored chicken *EDIT*. Reportedly this is the real thing. Please decide for yourself, I can't say as I have never had chicken from this restaurant. While I don't know if it's "The Real Deal" I do know that it's mighty good chicken.

    Recipe #196721

    A great tasting summer main dish using garden fresh,or store bought peppers and onions. Recipe has a 4 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #457366

    Recipe #458810

    a nice grilling recipe meal, from budget meals $10.00 and under. Cooking time includes marinading time.

    Recipe #458977

    Side dish or a nice light lunch.

    Recipe #462602

    The Longmeadow Farm was buzzing with activity today! Corn cribs were being filled to their full capacity, and tons of dust with particles were flying high over the top of the yellow barn. The alfalfa and timothy grass fields were being rolled in the distant fields by Bubba. Everyone was in a buzz to make sure everything was working and progressing along. Such is the case this particular Saturday, and to be honest here; not everything was progressing as normal. Chains broke, wheels flew off tractors as if taking flight, and the farm truck hose broke, hissing and spitting like a wild snake run amok. Ahhhhh, a typical Saturday on the farm. These are the kinda of days that makes my Dad steam like a "train whistle". In fact; my Dad, really doesn't always adhere to the old saying, "patience is virtue". Along about 12:30 or so in the early afternoon; after the old mower didn't start despite Jerry trying to stuff a rag on the miserly 2nd hand spark plug.......and so much ether was being sprayed around the workshop to start the mower, I am sure we could of put all of the neighboring folks asleep right where they stood. My dad calmly took off his hat, scratched his head, threw his hammer down in the dirt so hard it almost bounced back and hit him in the leg, while he implored and stated at the same time, "I've had enough"! Although my father tends towards obtaining a bit of an angry flair from time to time from all the mishaps on that happened during any particular Saturday; he does however, perk up when he knows we are having hamburgers for our "Saturday Lunch at the Farm". These are so easy to throw together, and with the addition of Worcestershire sauce, a great taste and fun too. Heck I even have vegan Worcestershire sauce and vegan crumbles to make this great, simple burger, for my sons, Bryan and Mike. I sure hope your day goes better then ours did........ if not--go make your own burger...... and you can even bet the farm on it. I did!

    Recipe #267986


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